Intel: Management Change at Data Center Group; Xeon Re-architecting on Way

May 5, 2017

Diane Bryant, EVP and GM of Intel’s Data Center Group and a prominent industry figure (SC15 keynote speaker, e.g.), is taking an extended leave of absence fro Read more…

By George Leopold and Doug Black

CERN openlab Explores New CPU/FPGA Processing Solutions

April 14, 2017

Through a CERN openlab project known as the ‘High-Throughput Computing Collaboration,’ researchers are investigating the use of various Intel technologies in data filtering and data acquisition systems. Read more…

By Linda Barney

TSUBAME3.0 Points to Future HPE Pascal-NVLink-OPA Server

February 17, 2017

Since our initial coverage of the TSUBAME3.0 supercomputer yesterday, more details have come to light on this innovative project. Of particular interest is a new board design for NVLink-equipped Pascal P100 GPUs that will create another entrant to the space currently occupied by Nvidia's DGX-1 system, IBM's "Minsky" platform and the Supermicro SuperServer (1028GQ-TXR). Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Intel Collaborates with CERN to Support Upgraded LHC Experiments

November 4, 2016

Much of the media attention given to the particle accelerator experiments that happen at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, is focused on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). It’s no surprise, given the LHC is the world’s largest, most complex machine, unravelling some of the toughest scientific problems by accelerating particles (protons or heavy ions) and making them collide in a gigantic 27-kilometer ring. Read more…

By Sean Thielen

Intel Launches ‘Knights Landing’ Phi Family for HPC, Machine Learning

June 21, 2016

From ISC 2016 in Frankfurt, Germany, this week, Intel Corp. announced that its new Xeon Phi product family, formerly code-named Knights Landing, is now shipping for high-performance computing and machine learning workloads. The company had been shipping to early customers for the last six months and was waiting to ramp up production before making the product generally available. The window also gave OEMs time to complete their readiness, said Intel's Charlie Wuischpard. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Intel Debuts ‘Knights Landing’ Ninja Developer Platform

April 12, 2016

Intel is making good on its promise to offer Knights Landing-based developer platforms ahead of general availability. Systems based on the self-hosted Knights Landing processor are available for pre-order as part of Intel's developer-targeted early access program. The Ninja Developer Platform is offered in two configurations – a liquid-cooled desk-side machine with one Knights Landing and... Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

‘Broadwell’ Launch Brings Intel’s Advanced Scale Framework Into Focus

March 31, 2016

The Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v4 (code named “Broadwell”), the first processor within the company's Scalable System Framework, is said to deliver up to 44 percent performance improvements in advanced scale, HPC and datacenter application environments. Read more…

By Doug Black

New Dell Cluster Refreshes Rocky Mountain HPC

February 26, 2016

Researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder), Colorado State University (CSU) and the Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing Consortium will soon have access to a half-petaflop heterogeneous Dell PowerEdge C-series supercomputer. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

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